Events and News

Events 2019

Discovery Walk, May 11, 9:30-10:30, Lower Carroll Mill, Meet at the trailhead at the rear of the Mill River Cemetery

Spring Road Cleanup, April 27, 10 am, Meet at the Town Hall, Picnic at noon.

Goodnow Preserve Opening Celebration, October 8, 2018, Noon- 2 pm, Picnic Lunch, Apple Pie Contest and other surprises

2019 Group Hikes and Activities- schedule coming soon....




2018 Group Hikes

Thursday, June 28
8pm-10pm Strawberry Full Moon Walk
Meet at the NM Meeting House
Saturday, July 21
10am-noon Reading and Walk with author Leslie Wheeler Meet at the NM Library
Saturday, July 28
3pm-5 pm
Mushroom Walk with Host Miqual Undergrowth New Marlboro Preserve
Sunday, August 26
10am-noon New Marlboro Preserve/Rooney House
Saturday, September 29
10am-noon East Indies Pond and Beyond

Meet at the Boat Launch Hotchkiss Road - Housatonic Heritage Hike

Monday, October 8
Noon Konkapot Parcel Konkapot Parcel Opening Celebration and Family Picnic
Saturday, November 24 10am-noon Dry Hill Reservation
Walk-Off Thanksgiving Dinner
Saturday, December 9 TBD TBD Sledding or skating

Land Trust News

September 20, 2018 Ned Goodnow gifts 300 acres in Mill River to the Land Trust.

July 17, 2017 The Land Trust's "Hike-able Feast" is a wild success!. Check out the cover page of today's Berkshire Eagle:,513799

January 4, 2017 Go to the Berkshire Edge online magazine to read about the New Marlboro Preserve!

January 3, 2017 Check out the article on the Preserve in The Berkshire Eagle!,493793

December 30, 2016 The New Marlboro Preserve is a reality!  Yesterday, the Land Trust acquired this valuable mix of field, forest and watershed --- 114 acres for $260,000. Our community's big heart was on display -- more than 200 people contributed. Every donation, large or small, helped make the Preserve possible. Thank you.

August 9, 2016 The Land Trust announces it will give 8.4 acres to the Town of New Marlborough to meet the town's need for cemetery space."The Land Trust wants to do the right thing to help the Town", said NMLT president Ian Devine. "The Town needs to be in compliance with state requirements. The Land Trust is in a position to solve the Town's problem once and for all."